At least some of the remote work is here to stay. Companies in numerous sectors are choosing to include remote working in their long-term plans, resulting in many workers following a home-office balance model in the years to come. With reports from companies seeing productivity gains of 47% during the initial lockdown in 2020, it’s no surprise that remote working is not a measure that is left behind when the roadmap to post-pandemic normalcy kicks in.
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Roger Waterhouse is Cloud & Hosting Product Manager at Pulsant.
While companies will undoubtedly be delighted with the prospect of attracting and retaining the best talent outside of their traditional service area and enjoying lower overhead costs by remodeling or reducing office space and helping the remote workforce with the right solutions to get work done effectively From remote locations, IT management teams face unique challenges.
With problems …